Scientists are working hard to achieve invisibility. A group of researchers have created a cylinder which makes its contents invisible to magnetic fields.
If there's a military use for this, nobody's thought of it yet, but there are definitely medical applications. For instance, in the future, similar devices could serve to protect a pacemaker in a patient (so he or she wouldn't need to stay away from restaurants with microwaves).
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